During my Industrial Design studies, I always had
the curse of just conceptualizing products but never
realizing them, just because the journey from
ideation to implementation was always too long.
I never felt the impact of the work I was doing.
This changed when I started to code small tools for
my industrial design colleagues at school, just
about two years ago. Whether it was a
that helped my colleagues with their 3D renders, or
that sends you a message when the school computer is
finally done rendering — even if it was just a
handful of people using them, they liked it and I
felt amazing because they were using and enjoying
something I built.
The possibility to have such a short leap from envisioning an idea to bringing it to people made me fell in love with digital products and eventually interaction design.
Today I'm passionate about building tools and experiences that can be quickly deployed to people. Building fast means failing fast and failing fast means more opportunities to explore a broader spectrum of possibilities.